Norwegian discontinues Boeing 737 Trans-Atlantic service in mid-Sep 2019

Norwegian this week announced it’ll be discontinuing narrow-body aircraft operations (by Norwegian Air International) on Trans-Atlantic routes, currently served by Boeing 737-800. Originally scheduled with 737 MAX 8 aircraft, and later replaced by 737-800, following service will be discontinued from 15SEP19.

Dublin – Hamilton
Dublin – New York Stewart (This route is currently served with Wamos Air A330)
Dublin – Providence  

The airline previously operated following routes until 31MAR19, which will not be resumed:
Shannon – New York Stewart
Shannon – Providence

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